In the works for quite awhile, the creators of this have started the Kickstarter campaign. In the video there are Commodore luminaries, such as Chuck Peddle, Bil Herd, Al Charpentier, Andy Finkel, Joe Decuir, Michael Tomczyk, Jeff Minter, and in his last interview, Jack Tramiel!
Yesterday, the one-hour, 39-minute documentary was released on-line for all Kickstarter backers! Wow! Very professionally done! It was great hearing from Jack Tramiel, Lenard Tramiel, Chuck Peddle, Al Charpentier, Jeff Minter, Bil Herd, Andy Finkel, Michael Tomczyk, Steve Wozniak, and more.
The documentary began with the calculator age and then expanded to the KIM-1 followed by computer developments in Apple, Commodore, Tandy/Radio Shack, Sinclair, and a little bit of Texas Instruments and Atari. Most of the emphasis was on Commodore with lots of content on the PET, VIC-20, and C64 (but no mention of the Plus/4 and C128, as those were post-Tramiel).
Technically, the sound balance was better than the preview, and Bil Herd gave a forceful narration instead of the unknown British person in the preview. However, I did catch three errors (!) with a video-editing placeholder which read, "Narrator".
Bonus -- there is a separate, 59-minute video entitled, "The Last Jack Tramiel Interview".
"The Last Jack Tramiel Interview" ... sounds both definitive and ominous!
Although this guy is known for playing "hardball" in the industry (like Wozniak and Gates), he also brought computing to the masses. R.I.P. (I wonder how little computer skills I would have today if it were not for his vision and leadership!)